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American Society of Evidence-Based Policing Conference 2019

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University of Cincinnati, Tangeman University Center, 4th Floor

2766 UC Main Street

Cincinnati, CA 45221

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Are you passionate about public safety? Do you want to hear about the latest research into policing? Would you like a chance to hear some of the most prominent people in our prefession explain how they believe policing should evolve? How about getting an opportunity to network with fantastically talented police professionals from around the globe?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, mark your calendar, pack a bag, and plan on heading to the Queen City in May of 2019 for the third annual Evidence-Based Policing conference being hosted in partnership with the University of Cincinnati, School of Criminal Justice.

Click the green TICKETS button above to register for the conference, use this link to book your hotel room at a special discounted rate at the four star Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center, and read on for additional details!


With key speakers like Dr. David Weisburd and Dr. Rob Briner, the ASEBP 2019 conference will bring together some of the most prominent leaders in policing today to discuss, learn, and explore many of the most pressing issues facing our profession.

For the first time this year, we will also be having two workshops on Sunday, May 19th. One will be with former police officer and American criminologist, Dr. David Klinger, called "Enhancing Operational Performance by Building Safety Culture". The class will draw on work in the normal accident (NAT) and high reliability (HRO) traditions to provide students with basic understandings of these traditions and how they can be applied to improve the performance of police organizations and officers when handling high-risk encounters with citizens. The class will use recent events to highlight key points and demonstrate the utility of the material presented for 1) better understanding the nature of potentially violent poice-citizen interactions, as well as those that turn violent, and 2) reducing the liklihood of negative outcomes during potentially violent and violent encounters with citizens.

The other will be with police officer and evidence-based policing activist, Dr. Renee Mitchell, on Evidence-Based Policing. Executive managers face financial decisions about police training, crime reduction interventions, and officer wellbeing programs without understanding if the programs, trainers, or software they are purchasing will achieve the outcomes they are looking for. This workshop gives the practitioner foundational knowledge about how to use the scientific method to rigorously evaluate programs or interventions. It explains the difference between strong and weak evaluation methods and reviews the relevant websites to find evidence-based programs. Attendees will gain a better understanding of statistical analysis to improve evaluation of internal programs. This course combines Dr. Mitchell's criminology education at Cambridge, her knowledge as a field researcher and her experience as a Crime Analyst Sergeant. Dr. Mitchell has taught at Universities across the world, presented at IACP, American Society of Criminology, and other major conferences. She has also done two TEDx talks - "Research not protests" and "Policing needs to change, trust me I'm a cop".


More speakers and panelists to come.


Additional education tracks will run throughout the two day conference offering the opportunity to learn about evidence-based policing from basic concepts to advanced discussions.

This boutique conference is designed to allow intimate access to police practitioners, leading criminology researchers, crime analysts, criminal justice policy advocates, and vendors with breakout sessions and networking events to ensure that everyone gets access to the information that can help advance their cause. With participants from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, and the United Kingdom, this is a fantastic opportunity to meet, listen, and learn from the best in global policing.

For additional information about this event and group rate hotel information, please visit the ASEBP website at www.AmericanSEBP.org


FAQs

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Public Transportation

The easiest transportation method from Kingsgate Marriott to the Tangeman University Center is Lyft/Uber which run about $7 each way.

Parking

Tangeman University Center is located on UC main street on the West side of campus. The nearest parking garages are Varsity Village Garage and CCM Garage. Garage rates have a maximum of $10 per day. Individuals must take their ticket with them and pay at the Pay Station prior to returning to their vehicle. Additional parking options may be found by accessing the University of Cincinnati parking page at https://www.uc.edu/parking/visitors-maps.html.


How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Questions can be directed via email to info@americansebp.org


Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

All conference attendees must present a valid ticket to gain entry to the event.


Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

We work in public safety and recognize that emergencies occur so we will make every effort to honor your ticket in the event that you are unable to attend but can find an alternate to take your place. We just ask that you contact us at info@americansebp.org as soon as possible so we are aware of the situation.

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Cincinnati, CA 45221

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